Fourth Annual Online Faculty Symposium
July 24-25, 2017 in Providence, RI

Our 2017 Online Faculty Symposium was a success! You can find the presentation materials from the sessions linked below.

Overview of the College of Online Education 2016-17 Annual Report and the Ruffalo Noel Levitz Survey (Cindy Parker)

Student Services and You (Michael O'Malley)

Using Rubrics to Grade More Efficiently and Effectively (Maya Ott)

Supporting Student Collaboration (Andrew Walsh & Susan Bastian)

Innovation in COE (David Cartwright)

Formative Feedback for Student Success (Heather Myers)

What's New for Online Faculty in 2017-18 (Amy Ricci)

Faculty as Thought Leaders: How Faculty Can Impact the Student Experience Outside the Classroom (Josh McCarthy & Shannon Hatch)

Preventing, Detecting, and Responding to Plagiarism (Marshall Lancey & Maya Ott)

COE Expectations and Faculty Success (Karen Bellnier)

Academic Writing: Improving Student Success through Faculty Support and Collaboration (Kellie Nappa)

Adding Enriched Media and Dynamic Learning to Master Courses (Tina Austin & Heather Myers)